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Ministers from Netanyahu's Likud Party, as well as from the Religious Zionist Party (RZP) and Otzma Yehudit, criticized the language, as it did not rule out a Palestinian state in general.
Israeli-Arab and left-wing politicians viewed the decision as an attempt by Ben-Gvir to collectively punish Muslims.
First-ever impeachment vote likely to be repealed by Supreme Court if it passes in the Knesset plenum.
In the haredi sector, there four lists competing against each other for seats on the Jerusalem city council.
Bar-David also promised that the Histadrut would join protests and demonstrations against the current government, sparking concern over a potential strike across Israel's work sector.
The Union of Journalists in Israel attacked the plan saying it was anti-democratic and would harm press freedoms, with "no equal" in democratic countries.
According to this poll, Netanyahu’s coalition would secure 59 mandates, just two seats shy of its current number of 61.
Minister Amichai Chikli, MKs Moshe Saada, and Dan Illouz wrote a letter to Prime Minister Netanyahu indicating their support for the recruitment of haredi men.
New polls found that the majority of Israelis believe haredim should be forced to draft to the IDF.
“I have had more than a dozen extended phone conversations with President Biden,” Netanyahu said, as he noted that Biden “also came on a visit to Israel during wartime, which is a historic first."